The latest Glenburn School newsletter is now available. You can view it by clicking here or on Newsletter under News and Calendars.
The Glenburn School Board is looking for volunteer community members to assist in the search committee interview process. Please contact the Superintendent’s Office @ 942-4405 if interested.
The Glenburn Superintendent Search Committee has created a survey that they invite members of the Glenburn community to complete. This survey is provided to gather input regarding characteristics important in the next Superintendent of Schools. The survey results will be shared with the School Board, but all survey responses will remain anonymous. Thank you!
The survey can be accessed online at http://bit.ly/2g23kc9. In addition, laptops will be available to complete the survey at the school during the hours of parent teacher conferences. Paper copies are available by request at the Glenburn School Main Office and the Glenburn Town Office. All responses need to be received no later than November 23.
The Glenburn School is excited to announce that Parent-Teacher Conferences will be scheduled this year through an on-line conference scheduler called PTCFast. We hope you will find this a convenient option. If you would like to schedule a 15 minute conference with your student’s individual teachers or counselor, please log on to the PTCFast website using the following web address:
An instruction sheet is available here: Instruction Sheet
When a tragedy strikes, much as we have experienced within the last week, the effects can be multiple, far reaching and possibly undetected. Which is why we are inviting you to join us here at school to hear from Maine’s leading expert on teen suicide, Mr. Greg Marley, LCSW.
Please join us for a Community Awareness evening
Thursday Nov. 3rd, 2016
Glenburn School Cafeteria
Greg Marley is the Clinical Director of NAMI Maine (National Alliance on Mental Illness). Mr. Marley has practiced in the field of community health and prevention in Maine for over 25 years. His past practice includes: crisis and emergency services, substance abuse prevention and program management. Mr. Marley will address the concern of how to care for our children and ourselves in the wake of this recent tragedy. He will also help to educate us by elaborating on the causes and signs of teen suicide as a means towards furthering our efforts in suicide prevention.
This talk is for our entire community. This is for parents, grandparents, neighbors and friends, anyone and everyone who cares for and about the safety and well being of our children.
Any questions regarding this event please contact Beth Cottrell, School Counselor or Mr. Sullivan at 947-8769.